Why replace shocks and struts?
Under normal conditions on a smooth road, shocks stroke on average 1,750 times for every mile traveled or 7.5 million stabilizing actions on average every 12,000 miles. As a result, shocks and struts do wear out and should be checked every 12,000 miles just to be safe. New Shocks and Struts Help… • Keep the tire in contact with the road by controlling spring and suspension movement. • Control vehicle bounce, roll and sway, dive, acceleration squat The Benefit of replacing Worn Shocks and Struts… • Help reduce wear on other suspension components • Help maintain dynamic wheel alignment • Help prevent premature tire wear over a period of time • Help provide consistent control for improved handling and braking performance • Help prevent premature wear of suspension parts – ball joints, steering linkage, springs, C.V. joints Don’t “cut corners” when it comes to shocks and struts. Proper functioning of these parts is essential to the handling and cornering of your vehicle, making for saf